Bachelor Spoilers: How Peter's 2-On-1 Date Turns Out (Hint: Not Well)

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SPOILERS ahead from The Bachelor 2020, aka Bachelor Peter Weber's Season 24.

The dreaded 2-on-1 date! It is the bane of every season of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. Bachelor Peter Weber's Season 24 has already been nothing but drama -- seriously, where's the love story? -- but it's not getting to avoid the 2-on-1 date.

The first week of February was blessed/cursed with two episodes -- tonight's Monday, February 3 episode in Costa Rica and then Wednesday, February 5 in Chile. It's possible that 10 women will leave by the end of this week, but it depends on how ABC edits the episodes.

Whatever the case, ABC has already revealed that Wednesday's Feb. 5 episode will head to Santiago, Chile. After teasing the solo dates and telenovela group date, ABC has this note:

Two feuding females square off one last time as the recipients of a dreaded impromptu two-on-one date card. Who will stay and who will go?

Two feuding females? Not a fan of that phrasing, but we apparently have our answer courtesy of spoiler guru Reality Steve. Apparently the 2-on-1 date is between Mykenna Dunn and Tammy Ly and both are sent home. Yes, that's the spoiler from Steve. Both out! (Update: Technically, Bachelor Peter only sent Tammy home on the 2-on-1 date, so the spoiler was slightly wonky on this one. Mykenna left shortly afterward at the rose ceremony, along with Sydney.)

It's almost like that freak accident Bachelor Peter had on the golf course -- giving him that new Harry Potter scar -- finally woke him up to the fact that he does not have a connection with most of these women.

If you're curious about more of what happens in Chile, it sounds like both Hannah Ann Sluss and Victoria Fuller get one-on-one dates and both get roses. Yes, Victoria F. again. I hope it's because she didn't really get a good one-on-one date, thanks to The Bachelor producers sabotaging her date with her ex-boyfriend Chase Rice. Hannah Ann, though? This will finally be her first 1-on-1 date, believe it or not.

Also in Chile, Victoria Paul ends up leaving. According to Steve, Victoria P. and Bachelor Peter have a talk about not being on the same page. The next day, Victoria P. crowned her successor as Miss Louisiana, so that may have been part of her reason for leaving at that time. Also, The Alayah Drama really did come between Victoria P. and Peter and it would be hard to move forward from that. He's obviously not The One for her. Do you think she has a shot at being the Bachelorette or not? She had a great showing early on, but it's the late showings that tend to do well. I would like to see a Kelley Flanagan Bachelorette, but she might not give the show enough drama.

I'm getting ahead of myself, though. I'm not sure Wednesday's episode will end with another rose ceremony, since they seem to be all over the place these days. Monday's episode pretty much started with a rose ceremony, after Bachelor Peter and Alayah parted ways. But whenever they show the Chile rose ceremony, Sydney Hightower is eliminated, joining Victoria P., Tammy, and Mykenna.

Back to The Bachelorette 2020. Do you think Tammy will still have a shot after this week? Sometimes people have short memories, but if she has a good enough showing and enough fans like her, maybe? (Update: No, I don't think so. Tammy end her "journey" on such a dramatic note, I think she's just destined for Bachelor in Paradise.) At this point, I'm curious about 1) how The Bachelor 2020 ends between the spoiled final two of Hannah Ann Sluss and Madison Prewett and 2) who'll be the next Bachelorette. Everything else is exhausting me.

The Bachelor 2020 continues Mondays at 8 p.m. This week alone, The Bachelor will air Wednesday, Feb. 5 from 8-10 p.m. ET on ABC. If the 2-on-1 or Sydney elimination don't air this week, we can expect them on Monday, February 10.

Gina Carbone

Gina grew up in Massachusetts and California in her own version of The Parent Trap. She went to three different middle schools, four high schools, and three universities -- including half a year in Perth, Western Australia. She currently lives in a small town in Maine, the kind Stephen King regularly sets terrible things in, so this may be the last you hear from her.